Mo-Ark Past Governors

2016-17                Doc Kassner, Conway, AR
2015-16                Nathan Smith, St Charles, MO

2014-15                Emily Yates, Kennett, MO

2013-14                Caleb Duerkop, Conway, AR

2012-13                Aric Helmandollar, Trenon, MO

2011-12                Brandon Whittle, Trenton, MO
2010-11                Ben Duran, Troy, MO
2009-10                Patrick Ratliff, Kennett, MO
2008-09                Lance Wilson, Oseola, AR
2007-08                Stuart Luther,Jonesboro, AR
2006-07                Adam Dwiggins,Troy, MO
2005-06                Tony Stahlschmidt, St.Charles, MO
2004-05                Chris Dolence, Joplin, MO
2003-04                Mallory Lynch, Oceola, AR
2002-03                Bill Reimer, St. Charles, MO
2001-02                Doug Archambo, St. Clair, MO
2000-01                Dave Finklang, Troy, MO
1999-00                Andy Reiner, Carrolton, MO
1998-99                Win Wilson, Oseola. AR
1997-98                RC Searfoss, St. Clair, MO
1996-97                Serena Jeffery, Southside (Batesville), AR
1996-97                Byron Jefferson, St. Clair, MO
1995-96                Beverly Brown, North Little Rock. AR
1994-95                Tina Potthoff, St. Louis, MO
1993-94                Kristi Gipe, Hot Springs Village, AR
1992-93                Missy Scholes, Hannibal, MO
1991-92                Leslie Stewart, Fort Smith, AR
1990-91                Brian Nicholds, North Little Rock, AR
1989-90                Mark Forney, Hannibal, MO
1988-89                Chris Keck, Springfield, MO
1987-88                Tammi Flikkema, Springfield, MO
1986-87                Tom Meier, St. Charles, MO
1985-86                Dennis Poshard, St. Charles, MO
1984-85                Walt Simpson, Pine Bluff, AR
1983-84                Mark Rankin, St. Charles, MO
1982-83                Richard Bernhard, St. Charles, MO
1981-82                Richard Loveland, Valley Springs, AR
1980-81                Stan Bach, Forth Smith, AR
1979-80                Jeff Tennyson, Valley Springs, AR
1978-79                Ed McAllister, Joplin, MO
1977-78                David Laird, Raytown, MO
1976-77                Steve Stepka, Jonesboro, AR
1975-76                Steve Smith, North Little Rock, AR
1974-75                Lin Lentz, Neosho, MO
1973-74                Steve Owen, North Little Rock, AR
1972-73                David Smith, Conway, AR
1971-72                Jim Glassen, Moberly, MO
1970-71                Gary Smith, North Little Rock, AR
1969-70                Jerry Riemenschneider, Little Rock, AR
1968-69                Perry Carr, North Little Rock, AR
1967-68                Craig Lowther, Springfield, MO
1966-67                David Rogers, North Little Rock, AR
1965-66                Don Maurer, Little Rock, AR
1964-65                John Haseltine, Springfield, MO
1963-64                Mitch Stinnett, Joplin, MO
1962-63                Billy Cullins, Little Rock, AR
1961-62                Steve Clark, Joplin, MO
1960-61                Joe Fred Young, Conway, AR
1959-60                Irving Spitzberg, Little Rock, AR
1958-59                James Baldwin, Columbia, MO
1957-58                Tom Stribling, Springfield, MO
1956-57                Carl Vaught, Little Rock, AR
1955-56                Joe Pendergast, Joplin, MO
1954-55                David Newbern, Fayetteville, AR
1953-54                Jerry Kirkpatric, Little Rock, AR
1952-53                Larry Pike, Springfield, MO
1951-52                Mike Shaw, Fort Smith, AR


 

 

Sunday, April 26, 2010 7:27 AM Posted by smills

What do you Know about Key Club?

Key Club was started in May 1925 in Sacramento, California, by the local Kiwanis club. The original purpose of Key Club was to provide an active, vocational guidance program for the student body. Later, in response to many other opportunities for service in the school, Key Club began to expand. Today Key Club is the largest high school service organization in the world. It has become the high school service club.

At the outset, Key Club grew with the help of Kiwanians who visited the Sacramento club and came away with the idea of introducing the high school service club to their own communities. This idea spread quickly, and soon Key Clubs began to form across the United States.

By 1939, Florida had enough clubs to hold a state convention and form an association of Key Clubs, thus starting the first districts. Members then traveled to Florida for the first International Convention. There, Malcom Lewis, from West Palm Beach, Florida, was elected the first International President.

Key Club experienced a banner year in 1946, during which the first Canadian club was established, and the official publication of Key Club International, KEYNOTES, was first published. Also in that year, at the convention in New Orleans, the Key Club International Constitution and Bylaws were adopted.

With the Constitution and Bylaws as a guide, Key Club International has since spread across North America and to seventeen countries, which have now been divided into 31 districts.